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The Minds of Billy Milligan by Daniel Keyes

Title The Minds of Billy Milligan
Author Daniel Keyes
Publisher Hachette UK
Release 2018-07-12
Category True Crime
Total Pages 432
ISBN 1409163911
Language English, Spanish, and French
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'Fascinating' LA Times '[Keyes] has carried it off brilliantly, bringing not only a fine clarity but a special warmth and empathy' Washington Post NOW ON NETFLIX Billy Milligan was a man tormented by twenty-four distinct personalities battling for supremacy - a battle that culminated when he awoke in jail, arrested for the kidnap and rape of three women. In a landmark trial, Billy was acquitted of his crimes by reason of insanity caused by multiple personality disorder - the first such court decision in history. Among the twenty-four are: Philip, a petty criminal; Kevin, who dealt drugs; April, whose only ambition was to kill Billy's stepfather; Adalana, the shy, affection-starved lesbian who 'used' Billy's body in the rapes that led to his arrest; David, the eight-year-old 'keeper of the pain'; and the Teacher, the sum of all Billy's alter egos fused into one. In The Minds of Billy Milligan, Daniel Keyes brings to light the most remarkable and harrowing case of multiple personality ever recorded.

Handbook of Dissociation by Larry K. Michelson

Title Handbook of Dissociation
Author Larry K. Michelson
Publisher Springer Science & Business Media
Release 1996-03-31
Category Medical
Total Pages 668
ISBN 0306451506
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This timely handbook provides state-of-the-art coverage of both current and emerging theories, research, and treatment of dissociative phenomena. The book opens with a discussion of the historic, epidemiologic, phenomenologic, etiologic, normative, and cross-cultural dimensions of dissociation, providing an empirical foundation for the remaining chapters. Subsequent chapters examine the developmental aspects of dissociative disorders in addition to psychological and psychophysiological assessments. Eight case studies apply dissociation theory and research to specific treatment modalities.

Your Symphony of Selves by James Fadiman

Title Your Symphony of Selves
Author James Fadiman
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release 2020-08-04
Category Self-Help
Total Pages 448
ISBN 164411027X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Why you are a different you at different times and how that’s both normal and healthy • Reveals that each of us is made up of multiple selves, any of which can come to the forefront in different situations • Offers examples of healthy multiple selves from psychology, neuroscience, pop culture, literature, and ancient cultures and traditions • Explores how to harmonize our selves and learn to access whichever one is best for a given situation Offering groundbreaking insight into the dynamic nature of personality, James Fadiman and Jordan Gruber show that each of us is comprised of distinct, autonomous, and inherently valuable “selves.” They also show that honoring each of these selves is a key to improved ways of living, loving, and working. Explaining that it is normal to have multiple selves, the authors offer insights into why we all are inconsistent at times, allowing us to become more accepting of the different parts of who we and other people are. They explore, through extensive reviews, how the concept of healthy multiple selves has been supported in science, popular culture, spirituality, philosophy, art, literature, and ancient traditions and cite well-known people, including David Bowie and Beyoncé, who describe accessing another self at a pivotal point in their lives to resolve a pressing challenge. Instead of seeing the existence of many selves as a flaw or pathology, the authors reveal that the healthiest people, mentally and emotionally, are those that have naturally learned to appreciate and work in harmony with their own symphony of selves. They identify “the Single Self Assumption” as the prime reason why the benefits of having multiple selves has been ignored. This assumption holds that we each are or ought to be a single consistent self, yet we all recognize, in reality, that we are different in different situations. Offering a pragmatic approach, the authors show how you can prepare for situations by shifting to the appropriate self, rather than being “switched” or “triggered” into a sub-optimal part of who you are. They also show how recognizing your selves provides increased access to skills, talent, and creativity; enhanced energy; and improved healing and pain management. Appreciating your diverse selves will give you more empathy toward yourself and others. By harmonizing your symphony of selves, you can learn to be “in the right mind at the right time” more often.

Title The Encyclopedia of Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Disorders
Author Richard Noll
Publisher Infobase Publishing
Release 2009
Category Psychology
Total Pages 433
ISBN 0816075085
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Deals with the subject of Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Disorders. With more than 600 entries, this work features a foreword and an introduction, and references and appendixes. Its coverage includes the history, treatment, diagnosis, and medical research and theories regarding this class of mental illness.

Planetary Mysteries by Richard Grossinger

Title Planetary Mysteries
Author Richard Grossinger
Publisher North Atlantic Books
Release 1986
Category Body, Mind & Spirit
Total Pages 292
ISBN 9780938190905
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Planetary Mysteries is a compilation of essays, fiction and non-fiction, meant to explore megaliths, glaciers, the face on Mars, and Aboriginal dreamtime, among other things. Contributors include: Richard Hoagland, Jeff Greenwald, Richard Grossinger, Normandi Ellis, John Brandi, Rob Brezny (the author of Pronoia), Gary David, and Richard Silberg.

Title A Study Guide for Daniel Keyes s Flowers for Algernon
Author Gale, Cengage Learning
Publisher Gale, Cengage Learning
Release 2015-03-13
Category Literary Criticism
Total Pages 15
ISBN 1410335828
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A Study Guide for Daniel Keyes's "Flowers for Algernon," excerpted from Gale's acclaimed Novels for Students.This concise study guide includes plot summary; character analysis; author biography; study questions; historical context; suggestions for further reading; and much more. For any literature project, trust Novels for Students for all of your research needs.

Title Token Professionals and Master Critics
Author James J. Sosnoski
Publisher SUNY Press
Release 1994-03-08
Category Literary Criticism
Total Pages 316
ISBN 9780791418109
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book addresses literary critics in mainstream institutions who, though they vastly outnumber their colleagues in more prestigious institutions, have little voice in the profession. It examines the structures through which the institution of literary critical pressures its members to accept orthodoxy/heterodoxy as categories to describe their work, which in turn provokes theory wars. This opposition produces a method/application dichotomy that renders members' pursuits scientistic.

Title People Who Don t Know They re Dead
Author Gary Leon Hill
Publisher Weiser Books
Release 2005-05-24
Category Body, Mind & Spirit
Total Pages 192
ISBN 1609251377
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In People Who Don't Know They're Dead, Gary Leon Hill tells a family story of how his Uncle Wally and Aunt Ruth, Wally's sister, came to counsel dead spirits who took up residence in bodies that didn?t belong to them. And in the telling, Hill elucidates much of what we know, or think we know, about life, death, consciousness, and the meaning of the universe. When people die by accident, in violence, or maybe they're drunk, stoned, or angry, they get freeze-framed. Even if they die naturally but have no clue what to expect, they might not notice they're dead. It's frustrating to see and not be seen. It's frustrating not to know what you're supposed to do next. It's especially frustrating to be in someone else's body and think it's your own. That's if you're dead. If you're alive and that spirit has attached itself to you, well that's a whole other set of frustrations. Wally Johnston, a behavioral psychologist, first started working with a medium in the 70s to help spirits move on to the next stage. Some years after that, Ruth Johnston, an academic psychiatric nurse, who'd become interested in new consciousness and alternative healing, began working with Wally to clear spirits who weren't moving on. These hitchhikers had attached themselves to the auras of living relatives or strangers in an attempt to hold on to a physical existence they no longer need. Through her pendulum, Ruth obtains permission from the higher self of both hitchhiker and host to work with them. Then Wally speaks with them, gently but firmly, to make sure they know they are no longer welcome to inhabit the bodies and wreak havoc on the lives of the living. Hill has woven this fascinating story with the history and theory of what happens at death, with particular emphasis on the last 40 years and the work of such groundbreaking thinkers as Elmer Green, Raymond Moody, William James, Aldous Huxley, Edith Fiore, Martha Rogers, Mark Macy, Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, Bruce Lipton, and a host of others, whose work helps inform our idea of what it is to live and to die. As it turns out, our best defense against hitchhikers is to live consciously. And our best chance of doing that is by paying attention and staying open to possibilities.

Title Delusions in Science and Spirituality
Author Susan B. Martinez
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release 2015-04-02
Category Body, Mind & Spirit
Total Pages 448
ISBN 1591437792
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Debunks cherished theories of mainstream consensus and reveals the deeper mysteries of the science of the unseen • Reveals a new “Theory of Everything” to replace the standard model and complete our knowledge of Earth Science, anthropology, psychology, and spirituality • Explains the failings of the Big Bang, evolution, ice age theory, and global warming • Shows how the Freudian and Jungian theories of the unconscious have grossly misrepresented the spirit of man and the psyche of humanity What if science and society’s most darling theories, taught as fact, were 100% wrong? What if the anomalies that disprove these theories were covered up and distorted and any serious challenges brushed off as lunacy, hysteria, junk science, and dissension? In this primer in deprogramming, Susan B. Martinez reveals the disinformation at the root of mainstream consensus thinking. She punches gaping holes in the cherished theories of the Big Bang, Darwinian evolution, ice ages, and global warming. Drawing on the ancient science of the unseen and revelations from the Oahspe Bible as well as some of the most advanced thinkers in astrophysics, she explains a new “Theory of Everything” to replace the standard model. She explores the concept of vortexya, the cosmic whirlwind of our own geomagnetic field, which explains quite simply the subtle changes that take place on Earth and in the universe over time without the “magical thinking” of the Big Bang, global warming, or ice ages. Martinez reveals how the instability of society itself has found its way into our theories, positing explosive change and acceleration where there is none. She explains how homo sapiens’ evolution did not suddenly accelerate 40,000 years ago and culture did not accelerate to birth civilization a mere 6,000 years ago. She shows how the theories of the Freudian and Jungian unconscious and of reincarnation have grossly misrepresented the spirit of man and the psyche of humanity. Resurrecting the majestic order that was once recognized at the basis of reality, Martinez shows that the shift from the Age of Disinformation to the Age of Understanding is well underway.

Title Flowers for Algernon A Novel by Daniel Keyes Trivia On Books
Author Trivion Books
Publisher
Release 2016-09-07
Category Study Aids
Total Pages 71
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Trivia-on-Book: Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes Take the challenge yourself and share it with friends and family for a time of fun! Charlie Gordon is a mentally challenged man neglected even by his own mother, growing up confused and frustrated with human interactions. He works at the local bakery and is the subject of jokes by his coworkers. However, everything changes when he undergoes a surgery that enhances his intelligence and turns his life around. Renowned science fiction author Daniel Keyes sends readers into a world of mysteries to unravel the complexities of the human mind with his most popular book to date, Flowers for Algernon. You may have read the book, but not have liked it. You may have liked the book, but not be a fan. You may call yourself a fan, but few truly are. Are you a fan? Trivia-on-Books is an independently curated trivia quiz on the book for readers, students, and fans alike. Whether you're looking for new materials to the book or would like to take the challenge yourself and share it with your friends and family for a time of fun, Trivia-on-Books provides a unique approach to Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes that is both insightful and educational! Features You'll Find Inside: • 30 Multiple choice questions on the book, plots, characters and author • Insightful commentary to answer every question • Complementary quiz material for yourself or your reading group • Results provided with scores to determine "status" Promising quality and value, come play your trivia of a favorite book!

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